Dr. Jun Xu

Jun Xu, MD, FACS

Vascular Surgeon

Dr. Jun Xu, a distinguished vascular surgeon, has an impressive educational and professional background. He earned his BA in Philosophy from the University of Maryland in 2005, followed by an MD and an MA in Bioethics from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. His postgraduate training includes a residency in vascular surgery and a fellowship in vascular biology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

Prior to joining LVSA, Dr. Xu was an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He has contributed significantly to the field through various publications in prestigious journals and was actively involved in teaching and supervising medical students and residents.

Dr. Xu is a member of several professional organizations, including the American College of Surgeons and the Society for Vascular Surgery. He has also been a part of numerous institutional committees and has contributed to the community through outreach and volunteer work. He is widely published on the topics of ethics in medicine and shared decision-making in vascular surgery.

At LVSA, Dr. Xu strives to deliver exceptional, patient-centered care. His adeptness in complex surgical procedures, coupled with his commitment to evidence-based treatment approaches, ensures the highest quality of care. His dedication to advancing vascular health through innovative practices and ethical decision-making significantly enhances patient experiences and outcomes.


"Dr. Xu, words cannot express how thankful I am for everything you've done for me throughout the years. You truly are my favorite doctor. Thank you for saving my life more than once, you're forever appreciated!!"

- Alaynah Brutsch


"We want to thank Dr. Xu for taking time out of your busy schedule to fit in our dad's surgery and doing it well. He is doing much better and we have you to thank for that. Thank you!"

- The Porja Family


"Dr. Caravella and his medical team bring exquisite knowledge, experience, and care."

- Leslie Ann I.